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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86 NUMA panic compile error

* Andy Whitcroft <apw@shadowen.org> wrote:

> if (use_cyclone == 0) {
> /* Make sure user sees something */
> - static const char s[] __initdata = "Not an IBM x440/NUMAQ. Don't use i386 CONFIG_NUMA anywhere else."
> + static const char s[] __initdata = "Not an IBM x440/NUMAQ. Don't use i386 CONFIG_NUMA anywhere else.";
> early_printk(s);
> panic(s);
> }

i still strongly oppose the original Andi hack... numerous reasons were
given not to apply it (it's nice to simulate/trigger rarer features on
mainstream hardware too, and this ability to boot NUMA on my flat x86
testbox found at least one other NUMA bug already). Furthermore, the
crash i reported was fixed by the NUMA patchset. Andrew, please drop:

x86_64-mm-i386-numa-summit-check.patch

(which has nothing to do with x86_64 anyway)

Ingo
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